In 2015, Creep L.A. emerged from the dark depths of downtown Los Angeles and into our nightmares with their innovative and immersive productions. Since then, they have become truly one of our absolute favorite Halloween season events. Their production values rival those of the ultra-popular Delusion, but we’ve found Creep L.A. to be a more intimate and invasive (in a good way) experience. So we were super excited to hear that Creep will be returning in 2021 with a brand new production in a very interesting location.
Between September 29 and October 31, JFI Productions will bring Creep L.A. and its unique interactive horror theatre back to life at The Ghost Light, a new venue housed inside the iconic Three Clubs bar in Hollywood. The Three Clubs will be overtaken by Creep L.A. between 7 and 10 pm, including a full bar, themed cocktail list, and host of haunting performers.
This year, the performances are even more intimate than usual, with only six guests included in each performance time slot. This is likely at least partly due to COVID concerns, but these small group performances should make for an even more unsettling experience. Guests must also wear face masks the entire time AND be fully vaccinated. Proof of vaccination will be required to enter the theater (physical vaccination card, picture of your vaccination card, or a digital vaccination record). We applaud Creep L.A. for their commitment to keeping their performers and guests safe with this requirement.
Tickets are on sale NOW, and several dates have already sold out. Given the popularity and high quality of this event, we suggest buying your tickets as soon as possible.
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